Here are some voices from CEDU survivors:
I think your documentary is great. I’ve tryed to explain what we went through to family and friends with no success. They all think I’m making up stuff. The one thing I can say about CEDU is that I came out of the place in fear. When I graduated I was so afraid of authority and thought everyone was talking behind my back. To tell you the truth, talking with people from CEDU is alittle scary for me. I remember the raps and things people said to me (and I said to others). I felt so small and afraid
JJ Says: December 18th, 2008 at 3:44 pm
Thanks man, I can’t wait to see the whole thing. I and buddy of mine are both convinced that we are suffering PTSD from our experiences with the CEDU Family of Services. The unfortunate thing is that most people, including professionals, don’t believe our stories about what went on; so it is refreshing to see this and I wish you the best of luck.
Jessica Says: December 23rd, 2008 at 1:40 pm
I really appreciate you doing this. I feel it is important for people to learn what really went on at these places. As someone who has studied psychology I can not understand how the staff members believed in what they were doing. I was traumatized by my experiences at Cedu. It has taken a very long time to get over what happened at that dreadful place. Best of luck to you and I wish sucess on the documentary. -
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